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  • Kirsten Schreima

    Kindergarten Economics strand 10 Wants vs. Needs - use the book A Chair For My Mother, by Vera WilliamsStudents would write a journal entry about saving up money for something they need. (Assistance given as needed)

  • Katrina Peterson

    Kindergarten- Wants + Needs - A Chair for My Mother - “I will use my coins to buy…Then they cut out the jar template and filled it with fingerprint coins {using stamp pads}. I’m a sucker for activities we can do that incorporate their prints :)

  • Dianna Hamilton

    reading response for A Chair for my Mother

  • Melmerby Beach

    The First Grade Parade: Reader’s Response – A Chair For My Mother

  • Lori Graupmann

    A Chair For My Mother by Vera Williams reading journal response

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